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By Chevon T. Baccus APR
Executive Editor 

So Far Few Seeking Appointment to City Commission Vacancy

 

Last updated 7/19/2021 at 10:30am

Former Commissioner Al Goldstein, left, recognized for two years of service. Deputy Mayor Robin Gibson presents proclamation to Richard DeLoach Sr., right, for 35 years' involvement in local youth sports.

As of July 19 only three people had expressed an interest in filling the temporary vacancy created by the governor's suspension of newly elected City Commissioner Kris Fitzgerald.

Former Commissioner Al Goldstein, who lost to Fitzgerald by 32 votes in the April 6 city election, and rental property owner Richard DeLoach Sr. notified City Clerk Jennifer Nanek they would like to be considered. A third candidate, child care worker James Loydd, submitted a resume July 19.

Commissioners will discuss potential replacements at their July 20 meeting, so there's still time for other interested appl...



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